Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment in New Jersey
Challenge Benzo Addiction with Our Help
Benzodiazepine addiction affects potentially millions of Americans. If you or someone you love is struggling with benzo addiction, then please know that there are ways to challenge and overcome it. At SOBA New Jersey, we have helped so many people throughout the state find a path away from benzo addiction and toward a healthier future. Please let us see if our benzo rehab programs can help you, too.
On This Page:
- What to Do During a Benzodiazepine Overdose
- Types of Benzodiazepine Rehab Programs We Offer
- Benefits of Benzodiazepine Rehab
- Difficulties That Can Happen During Rehab
- Find the Right Benzodiazepine Rehab Plan Today
- Frequently Asked Questions
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What to Do During a Benzodiazepine Overdose
A benzodiazepine overdose can cause respiratory failure and unconsciousness because the drug is a sedative. If someone is potentially overdosing from a benzodiazepine like Xanax, call 911 immediately. Stay with the person and attempt to keep them talking while paramedics arrive.
Types of Benzodiazepine Rehab Programs We Offer
At SOBA New Jersey, we offer a variety of benzo rehab programs to help you gain lasting sobriety. We insist on making personalized recovery plans for everyone who comes to us for help, too. You won’t be given a pre-manufactured list of treatments and therapies. Our recovery specialists will sit down with you to come up with the right fit based on your expectations or what will likely benefit your loved one the most if starting rehab was not their idea. Remember: Benzodiazepine rehab is just as effective whether the person receiving treatment wanted to go to rehab or not.
Benzo rehab programs that we offer at SOBA New Jersey include the following and more:
- Medical detox: If you are at risk of unsafe withdrawal symptoms when stopping the use of benzo, then medical detox with included medical supervision might be a necessary first step in the recovery process.
- Short-term residential: A short-term residential stay can last 30 days or less. During this program, you can enjoy all of our amenities and support, so your stay is comfortable and relaxing.
- Long-term residential: Some benzo addictions are severe enough to require a long-term residential program at SOBA New Jersey. This program can last 90 days or more.
- Outpatient program: We offer an intensive outpatient program (IOP) that provides the support you need to recover from benzo addiction while still maintaining a regular work, school, and private life schedule. Most IOPs only require 9 hours a week across three or four days, so scheduling the help you need is convenient.
Benefits of Benzodiazepine Rehab
No matter how severe benzo addiction has become, it is never the wrong time to see how rehab can help you. SOBA New Jersey can create personalized benzo rehab programs that bring the benefits that you need in particular.
Benefits that you can appreciate while in benzo rehab include the following and more:
- Physical and mental health improvements.
- Feeling of togetherness with others in similar rehab programs.
- Space to share your experiences and ease your worries.
- Opportunities to celebrate victories made possible by sobriety.
Difficulties That Can Happen During Rehab
The best benzo rehab plan can still have its difficulties and hurdles. Indeed, recovering from addiction can sometimes be the greatest challenge that people face in their lives. At SOBA New Jersey, we do all that we can to give you the tools, guidance, and strength needed to overcome benzo addiction with the smallest risks of difficulties.
Some of the most common difficulties that can occur during benzo rehab include:
- Unexpected cravings
- Heightened anxiety
- Fear of relapsing
- Friends tempting you to relapse
Find the Right Benzodiazepine Rehab Plan Today
Recovering from benzo addiction is a personal journey but not one that you must do alone. Come to SOBA New Jersey to discover all the ways that our compassionate addiction recovery specialists can help you overcome benzo addiction and all the harm it has caused you and your loved ones. With us by your side and leading the way through a rehab plan made specifically for you, we are sure that you will feel far more confident in your chances of gaining sobriety that lasts.
Take the first step. Call (888) 229-7989 now.
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Benzodiazepine Rehab FAQ
Is benzodiazepine rehab necessary?
Benzo addiction can be extremely dangerous as symptoms worsen and the risk of an overdose increases. Also, trying to stop the use of a drug as addictive as a benzodiazepine is usually far more difficult when alone. For these reasons, benzo rehab is often seen as a medical necessity.
How long does benzodiazepine rehab take?
The length of your benzo rehab plan will depend on factors that are unique to your health and recovery needs. It might be possible to complete your recovery plan in 30 days, such as through a short-term residential program. Or it could take 90 days or longer to complete if your addiction is severe and you are worried about a high risk of relapse.
How can I pay for benzodiazepine rehab?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made it so most healthcare insurance plans that help pay for treatments related to physical injuries and illnesses must also help pay for mental health and addiction treatments. If you have healthcare insurance from a major insurance company as an employment benefit, then it is likely that SOBA New Jersey can accept the policy, which can dramatically reduce the out-of-pocket cost for benzo rehab at our center.
Can you relapse on benzodiazepine?
Relapse is possible after recovering from addiction to virtually any addictive substance, including benzodiazepines. When your benzo rehab program concludes, it is important to keep yourself in a healthy space with people who support your decision and won’t try to get you to use unsafe substances again. Doing so can significantly reduce your risk of relapse.
At times, you can feel lost and confused when struggling with addiction or mental health. Our team understands what you are going through and works with you to reclaim the life you deserve.